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i had problems shooting both of my 45's accurately (glock 21sf, taurus mil pro). my .40 is ok (also a glock), but pushing it. so i thought i'd to try out 9mm for a change. did some research, and decided to go with a sig p226 equinox. this was my first sig handgun. it shoots straight, and runs great. and i have no problem keeping it under tight control like i did the 45's.

i made it my new bedside gun. i don't think it will be my last sig purchase.

 

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man, been busy. a lot of schoolwork, and a new chick in my life. she's not afraid of guns, so check 1. now to see if she ends up bein crazy like the rest...
 

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i had problems shooting both of my 45's accurately (glock 21sf, taurus mil pro). my .40 is ok (also a glock), but pushing it. so i thought i'd to try out 9mm for a change. did some research, and decided to go with a sig p226 equinox. this was my first sig handgun. it shoots straight, and runs great. and i have no problem keeping it under tight control like i did the 45's.

i made it my new bedside gun. i don't think it will be my last sig purchase.

Nice bedside reading...

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http://www.amazon.com/Raclette-Quick-Ea ... 638&sr=8-4
 

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I want one of those so bad I can freakin' TASTE it.

I love my 226. The Equinox is just, well... SEXY!
 
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